Roger Andrews is a freelance illustrator specializing in
conceptual illustration, character creation, and design. His client
list includes Hasbro Inc., Lucas Licensing, Disney,
Digitas, BBDO, Saatchi & Saatchi, Deutsch
Inc., and Hill Holliday.
Brian Azzarello came to prominence as the writer and co-creator
of Vertigo title 100 Bullets with frequent collaborator
Eduardo Risso. Together they have also worked on Johnny Double,
Spaceman, and Batman: Broken City. He currently is writing
Wonder Woman for DC's New 52 as well as the Before
Watchmen titles The Comedian and Rorschach.
Mark Bagley broke into comics through the Marvel Try-Out Book contest,
beating out thousands of other artists to earn a position in Marvel Comics.
His highly acclaimed runs on Amazing Spider-Man and Ultimate Spider-Man
give Bagley the distinction of having one of the longest associations with the
friendly neighborhood wall-crawler. He also has drawn several other titles for Marvel
including New Warriors, Thunderbolts, and Avengers Assemble.
Currently he is working on the relaunch of Fantastic Four.
Howard Chaykin has had a long and influential career in the comic book
industry, gaining widespread fame as the artist of the Star Wars adaptation
for Marvel Comics. He later created the revolutionary comics
American Flagg and Black Kiss, and did modern updates of The
Shadow and Blackhawk. His recent projects have the Avengers 1959
miniseries, Dark Horse Presents, and Red Team.
Frank Cho made a big splash with his comic strip Liberty Meadows
while still in college. Entirely self-taught, he is regarded as one of the
best "Good Girl" artists in the business. His sexy ladies have grace the
pages of Mighty Avengers, The Ultimates, and Shanna the
She-Devil. His latest project is Savage Wolverine for Marvel
Mike Choi is a comic book artist known for his work on books such as
Witchblade, X-23, Uncanny X-Men, and X-Force. He
has worked for Top Cow, Marvel, and DC Comics producing
covers for many top selling titles, including Dark Avengers, Cloak
and Dagger, Dark Wolverine, Green Lantern, Vampirella,
Cyberforce / Hunter-Killer, and War of Kings.
Tony Daniel is a writer and artist who has left an indelible mark on Batman
with his runs on the mini-series R.I.P. and Battle for the Cowl, in addition
to working on Detective Comics. Prior to his DC work Daniel was well-known for
drawing X-Force for Marvel Comics and Spawn for Image.
Dan DiDio was named Co-Publisher of DC Entertainment alongside Jim Lee
in February 2010. DiDio had previously served as Senior Vice President and Executive
Editor, overseeing the editorial department for the DC Universe line of comic
book titles. As the DC Universe Executive Editor, DiDio charted the ongoing
adventures of Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman,
The Flash, and scores of heroes and villains. DiDio also worked to develop new titles
with the industry's premier writers and artists.
Colleen Doran is the prolific illustrator and writer of many titles including
Amazing Spider-Man, Teen Titans, Captain America, Wonder
Woman, The Legion of Superheroes, and Sandman. She works also on
creator-owned titles including A Distant Soil, Orbiter, Mangaman,
and most recently, Gone to Amerikay.
Ming Doyle is a local artist whose credits include Jennifer's Body,
Fantastic Four, and TantalizeM. She also co-creator of the
webcomics The Lonliest Astronauts and Boldly Gone. Her latest project
is Mara from Image Comics.
Joe Eisma is the artist & co-creator the hit series Morning Glories from
Image Comics. His other credits include Existence 3.0, Dynamo 5,
Notorious, Serpo, We the People, and A Dummy’s Guide to Danger:
Lost at Sea.
Elizabeth Falk, widow of Lee Falk, will be offering for sale some original
daily and Sunday comic strip art of The Phantom and Mandrake the Magician
from Lee Falk's personal collection. This will be the only comic convention that
Elizabeth will attend with art available to the public. There is a limited number of
pieces available and will be sold first come first served.
Matthew Fletcher has illustrated for Shakespeare Shaken Anthology,
The House of Montressor, Nevermorecomic.com, the Perna Studio’s
Classic Mythology card set, and Thunk.
Michael Golden’s realistic style and dynamic designs have influenced a
generation of artists who grew up idolizing his work on Micronauts,
G.I. Joe, Dr. Strange, The 'Nam, Howard the Duck,
and more. After a long hiatus from comic books, Michael has returned to the
industry to great acclaim from fans and peers alike.
Daniel Govar developed two award-winning animated series Eclipse
and Chi-Chian for the SyFy channel in 2000 and 2002, the second
under director and musician Voltaire.
Paul Gulacy burst onto the comic book scene in the 70s with Master of
Kung Fu. In the 80s he contributed stories for Warren Publishing's
black-and-white comics magazines Eerie, Vampirella, and >B>Warren
Presents, as well as many Eclipse Comics such as Airboy and
Valkyrie. During the 1990s, Gulacy worked primarily on Batman and
such science-fiction movie properties as Terminator, Predator, and
Star Wars. Recently he has worked on Shang-Chi: Master of Kung-Fu,
as well as True Believers and Squadron Supreme.
Cully Hamner is an American comic book artist and writer, known for his
work on Green Lantern: Mosaic, Blue Beetle, Black Lightning:
Year One, and Detective Comics. He is also the illustrator of the
2003 graphic novel Red, which was adapted into a 2010 feature film
of the same name.
"Reverend" Dave Johnson
"Reverend" Dave Johnson's highly design-based covers have been featured
on many titles including Punisher, X-Men, Batman,
Deadpool, Spaceman, Avengers Arena, and most famously on
100 Bullets. He also drew the very popular Elseworld series Superman:
Red Son Dave is also the founder of the Drink & Draw Social Club.
Barry Kitson started as an artist on Spider-Man for Marvel UK.
He has worked on several titles including 2000AD, Legion of Super-Heroes,
Empire, Iron Man, Fantastic Four, and Arrow.
Brian Kong started at Marvel in 1994, doing pinups and covers for
Fantastic Four, Captain America, and Thor. He has worked
on high-profiled properties including Star Wars, Walking Dead,
Marvel, and MLB. He has also co-produced and illustrated a children’s
book based on MLB teams that will be released in spring 2013.
Braden Lamb is an illustrator, comic artist, and animator with a film
background. He is currently working on Adventure Time for Boom
Norman Lee's ink has covered every major character in the Marvel
Universe. Most recently he is working on Marvel Adventures: Spider-Man,
Marvel Adventures: Avengers, and Exiles.
Mike Lilly is a New York City based comic book artist who has worked on
Annihilation Conquest Quasar, Vampirella, Nightwing,
Batman, Detective Comics, Marvel Knights, Punisher,
Catwoman, Green Lantern, X-Men Unlimited, and Dungeons
Aaron Lopresti has has worked on a wide variety of characters
including Spider-Man, X-Men, Hulk, Avengers,
Batman, Green Lantern, Xena, Star Trek, and
the self published Atomic Toybox. Lately he drew Justice League
International for DC's New 52 and is currently working on
Sword of Sorcery.
David Mack is the creator, author and artist of Kabuki, which is
published by Image Comics. He has done a lot of work for Marvel Comics
on titles including Alias, White Tiger, New Avengers, and
Daredevil. He is currently co-writing Daredevil: End of Days.
Ed McGuinness is a Massachusetts native who broke into comic books with his a
wildly popular run on Deadpool. Since then he's worked on some of the most
iconic characters including Superman / Batman, Thundercats, and
Incredible Hulk. His latest project is Nova for the Marvel NOW
Mike Mignola is the creator of Hellboy, one of the most popular indie
characters in comics. With two feature films, animated videos, toys, spinoff series,
and more, Hellboy is an international sensation. Mike has also done feature film
work on Bram Stoker's Dracula, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, and The
Terry Moore created the long-running indie hit Strangers in Paradise.
SIP is published under Moore's own imprint, Abstract Studio, and is one of
the most successful independently published books in the comics industry. His latest
title Rachel Rising was recently optioned of a television series.
Steve Niles is a writer of comics, novels and films. Best known for works
such as 30 Days of Night, Criminal Macabre, Simon Dark,
Mystery Society, and Batman: Gotham County Line, he is credited
among other contemporary writers as bringing horror comics back to prominence.
He is currently working on Frankenstein: Alive! Alive! with Bernie
James O'Barr conceptualized The Crow in the early '80s as a
response to a personal tragedy. A self-taught artist, O'Barr first began the
series while stationed in Germany, illustrating hand-to-hand combat manuals.
O'Barr conceived the character of The Crow as a supernatural force
driven by equal parts of love and revenge.
Dan Panosian drawing comics like X-Men, Spiderman,
Hulk, Spawn, Batman, and Captain America. His
most recent work has included the titles Irredeemable, X-Factor
Forever, GI Combat, and Arrow.
Shelli Paroline is one of the founding member of the Boston Comics
Roundtable. Her artwork has graced the pages of Muppet Snow White. She
currently works on the comic of Adventure Time.
George Pérez has been a popular artist in the comic book industry since his
first run on Avengers in the 70s. He went on to garner more acclaim working
with writer Marv Wolfman on many seminal titles for DC Comics,
particularly New Teen Titans and Crisis on Infinite Earths. Pérez
later re-launched Wonder Woman as both artist and writer in a run which brought
the character into new prominence. Known for his large layout featuring multiple
characters, Pérez has drawn several important crossover events including Infinity
Gauntlet, JLA/Avengers, and Infinite Crisis. Most recently he was
the artist on Superman in DC’s New 52.
Jack Purcell has taught workshops in comic book creation for the last 16 years in
schools, libraries, and museums. He eventually focused on inking and has worked on
Heavy Metal, Gotham Underground, JSA Classified,
Green Arrow, Detective Comics, Amazing Fantasy, Countdown,
Joe Quinones is a Boston local artist who is on the rise in comics. He
worked on Teen Titans Go! before being hand-picked to draw the Green
Lantern strip in Wednesday Comics. Recently his covers have graced
titles for all the major companies including Hack/Slash, Star Wars:
Knight Errant, and Amazing Spider-Man.
Amy Reeder broke into the industry winning a Tokoyopop contest to
publish her manga-style book Fool's Gold. She's made her mark since then
on Madame Xanadu, Supergirl, and Detective Comics. Her most
recent work is the creator-owned book Halloween Eve.
Sara Richard is a NH based artist currently freelancing for several
companies. Her work can be seen in Prehistoric Times, Atomic Robo,
Zombie Bomb, and soon in Womanthology: Space and on limited release
My Little Pony covers.
Don Rosa is the artist of Uncle Scrooge. An avid fan of the legendary
Carl Barks, Rosa’s work on the title involves intense research and a strict
adherence to the established continuity particularly in his series The Life and
Times of Scrooge McDuck. Rosa is world-renowned as one of the preeminent artists
of the Disney Ducks.
Craig Rousseau began his career at DC Comics on Impulse,
Harley Quinn, Batman Beyond, and Gotham Adventures. He also has
drawn Iron Man: Armor Wars and Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane. Craig is
the co-creator of the indie comic hit The Perhapanauts.
Local legend Paul Ryan is an artist with an extensive list of credits
including Avengers, Amazing Spider-Man, Iron Man,
Superman, The Flash, Green Lantern, and one of the
longest runs on Fantastic Four in history. Paul also has the unique
distinction of being the only person to have worked on both the
Spider-Man wedding issue for Marvel and the Superman
wedding album for DC. He currently draws the daily newspaper strip
Tim Sale is the penciller and inker of many stories with writer
Jeph Loeb, including Batman: The Long Halloween, Superman
For All Seasons, Spider-Man: Blue, and Captain America:
White. He also created the art used on the NBC television show
William Stout is a highly respected artist and one of preeminent experts on the
illustration of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. One of the first Americans
to ever be featured in Heavy Metal Magazine, Stout has worked in a wide range
of media stretching form comic strips, to designing theme parks, and over 30 feature
films including Conan, Men in Black, and Pan's Labyrinth.
Christopher Uminga is an illustrator whose work focuses on superheroes,
monsters, and creeps. He has been featured in several galleries on the west coast
and in many private collections around the globe. Christopher has worked on
projects for Mezco Toys, DC Comics, Interscope Records, and
Bill Willingham is the creator of the immensely popular title Fables, a
re-imagining of fairy tales characters in the modern world, as well as its spin-offs
Jack of Fables and Fairest. His career began in the 80s writing and
drawing Elementals for Comico. He has also written for several other
titles including Robin, Shadowpact, Angel, Proposition
Player, and Justice Society of America.
Chrissie Zullo has quickly gained attention for her covers on the Fables
spinoff Cinderella for Vertigo Comics. She has also contributed to
Madame Xanadu and the Womanthology project.